Cooking Skills - How to Crack an Egg

Cooking Skills - How to Crack an Egg

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Teaching and learning independent daily living skills is important for all children and adults. Use these beautifully illustrated skills to teach your child. The sheets can be laminated and used as is, or laminated and cut out to create visual pecs.

The illustrations can be used to create additional language and literacy programs such as speech programs, sequencing, writing and auditory processing. Don't forget to check out our cooking lesson plans for some great ideas and tips.

Autism and Independent Living Skills

Studies show independent living for adults with ASD is shockingly low with reports indicating that less than 5% live on their own. Many individuals with ASD require 24-hour care (45%) and live with their parents (45%). Reports indicate that very few adults (less than 10%) with ASD have necessary independent day-to-day household skills such as laundry, chores, and meal preparation.

In response to these challenges, our overall project goal is to build functional skills (e.g., cooking, personal hygiene, dressing, laundry and others) among individuals with ASD in order to increase and optimize their capacity for independent living. We hope this will be an invaluable resource to the broader community.

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3 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by elsa on 2020 May 9th


  • 5
    how to crack an egg

    Posted by Sherri jackson on 2020 May 7th

    great resource

  • 5
    great visuals and step by step instructions

    Posted by Danielle McDonald on 2020 Apr 17th

    I have used many of the step by step instructional leaning tools .They are amazing and exactly what I was looking for.